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Students from South Whidbey raise $1,080 for Red Cross Oso assistance

Mike Stamper of the American Red Cross, second from left, and Islands Chapter representative Nancy Waddell, second from right, visit with Leslie Woods’ students at South Whidbey Elementary School. They donated $1,080 toward Oso landslide victims relief.  - Leslie Woods photo
Mike Stamper of the American Red Cross, second from left, and Islands Chapter representative Nancy Waddell, second from right, visit with Leslie Woods’ students at South Whidbey Elementary School. They donated $1,080 toward Oso landslide victims relief.
— image credit: Leslie Woods photo

Students in Leslie Woods’ South Whidbey Elementary School class raised $1,080 to aid the victims of the Oso mudslide. 

Mike Stamper from the American Red Cross visited the classroom, answered students’ questions about the Red Cross, listened to their stories of raising money both in school and out in the community and accepted the checks.

 

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